TIME: Sunday, Jan 8, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.
and Monday, Jan 9, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
PLACE: Theatre Suburbia,
4601 Way Out West Drive, Suite N,
Houston, TX 77092
SHOW: Sherlock Holmes: John Watson's Body
By C. P. Stancich
STORY: The Great Detective and his loyal sidekick are at odds. Watson makes a discovery that soon draws Holmes into his investigation. A wicked web of murder, larceny and intrigue.
While Mr. Watson has gone to investigate the possible theft of a priceless set of emeralds at the London home of Lord and Lady Delton, Sherlock remains at Baker street entertaining his friend, Oscar Dove. Believing that Watson is on a fools errand until he finds and loses a body, Sherlock finds himself drawn into the web. The body turns out to be surprisingly agile, and the suspects many.
CHARACTERS: Sherlock Holmes â€“ Himself - PRECAST
Watson â€“ A true-blooded Englishman, bright enough...
unless he stands next to Holmes.
Dove â€“ An impetuous adventurer.
Lady Delton â€“ 30 - 40 years old, a level-headed aristocrat.
Lord Delton â€“ Her husband, slightly older.
Iris Claypool â€“ A family friend, wry and worldly.
Benton Payne â€“ A gentleman, charming
Mrs. Cox â€“ A housekeeper
Rose â€“ A maid
Busby â€“ A boy 11 to 15: A former Baker Street Irregular.
Bradstreet â€“ An inspector, kind of a dandy for a cooper.
DIRECTOR: Doris Merten
REHEARSALS: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 â€“
Through, February 23, 2017
PERFORMANCES: February 24, 2017 â€“ March 25, 2017
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:30 PM
March 12 &19, 2017 3:00 PM.
INFORMATION: No monologue required. Auditions will be readings from the script. Bring your resume and headshot if you have them. If not, we have forms and a camera. For further information, call the theatre at 713-682-3525 and leave your name, telephone number and any questions on line four of the voice mail system and your call will be returned. Or, email your questions to:
After the auditions on Sunday, January 8th, Theatre Suburbia Directors will conduct a short workshop on improving your audition techniques. Attendees are welcome to participate in this free workshop.